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clinton's very first dinner. he had a big hollywood following. they all wanted to come to the dinner. she said then of course when barak obama came to dinner, it became even bigger, during those two administrations, we are seeing a big influx of hollywood stars this whole week, really. >> and everything in between those two administrations. okay. thank you so much. we appreciate it. wing will forward it to. of course, we'll be covering it this evening. cnn gives you the best seat in the house for the coeur d'alene sp -- correspondence dinner. tune in. coming up in 30 minutes, we're counting down to the fastest two minutes in sports and a possible historic kentucky derby win. and at 3:00 from tornado to flooding, chad meyers looks back at this week's wild and dangerous weather. see you in 30 minutes. "your money" starts right now. >>> a decisive turn in the job market. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." like the movie, the u.s. economy was frozen in the first quarter. the polar vortex shrinking growth. but let it go. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ >> there is a spring thaw and jo
can debate whether it costs jobs or not. i remember when we raised the minimum wage under bill clinton we had the best following years of job creation we've had in the last 60 years. you can't debate the fact that when you raise the minimum wage it has the effect of raising other salaries up and up as well so i think there's a lot of stuff in the democratic arsenal and particularly the point larry makes is a good one what. do the republicans have to say about the economy? cutting taxes and lowering regulation? we tried that in the bush years, and it was a total failure. >> no, no. hang on a second. front page of the "new york times." bill clinton in his second term or actually after he got shell lacked in '94, and he's proud of this, and i'm going to back clint on on this. he was a great economic president. you know why? he was a supply-sider in his second term. he lowered the capital gains tax and participated in a deal with gingrich on welfare reform, on free trade. he did all the right things. those guys cut spending. that's the kind of agenda we need right now. here's one for you.
at straws to try to hurt hillary clinton or whatever. you can see the global media doesn't care. >> we saw the general testifying yesterday, getting emotional saying, you know, it could have been prevented had the state department really sort of tipped them off. and so my question at newt. let me throw this at you, you know, if hillary clinton does run in 2016, how does she answer those questions about what her state department did or did not do? >> she has a real challenge because last month, for example, more tweets about benghazi than there were about hillary clinton. this isn't going to go away. it's really about honesty and about accountability and transparency. but i do want to say a word and praise the white house press corps. this was the wrong place to raise that issue. it's a big deal. i think they focused on ukraine correctly. >> okay. let me end with this, something the three of us were talking about at commercial break. i do want to talk about basketball with you two. and newt, i know you are the ideas guy and i know you have an idea when it comes to the ownership of the l.a.
the fellow we have on what bret baier last night but remember what hillary clinton said, what does it matter now? imagine if you with the families of those people. why don't they want to get to the bottom of this? is unconscionable. stuart: he is the man, he is the man who changed the wording from attacks to demonstrations. the complete have that on what went down that night and he did it. and that is another link to the white house i take it. >> absolutely. we still don't know what happened, still don't know what the conversations were, why troops weren't sent in, why the american public was misled. this is a big story and i think the white house must think the national media is stupid because to get on television and watch what jay carney says the way he talked to these reporters as if this is nothing, this is a nonsense story. if i were a journalist in that room my would be deeply offended. stuart: the establishment media does not wish to pursue this story. >> they are treated in a way that is offensive they have to cover this story and that is what you are seeing this morning in the medi
clinton. she once again is implicated in what did she know, when did she know it? it was on her watch, not john kerry's watch. >> they should find a big bail of straw and grasp at it. this is grasping of straws. >> this has been litigated, relitigated. there's been a review process. it was really tough on this administration. they accepted all that stuff. this is one random e-mail. it's not even about benghazi. it's about the protest. they grabbed this and would run with it. what the republicans have done, they have perfected the art of taking a random fact and whipping it up into a conspiracy. this is a conspiracy theory looking for a conspiracy. >> you know, you're trying out for jay carney's job. this is an absurdity. this is a long e-mail written in the white house during the period we're talking about. >> yes. >> by the way that's factually wrong about egypt as much as it is factually wrong about benghazi but to suggest that -- >> here's the thing. >> to suggest this say random thing, look at the length of the e-mail. >> if you look at what is going on here, nothing has changed a
. given download. but he and clinton had a decent interest a 580 to the bay bridge toll pleasant to probably spend about hunting huntington and intending an investigation is underway this morning on what started a 3 alarm house fire in san jose. her a home on foxworthy ave near south bascom around 9- 25 as last night. when firefighters arrived they found a two story home engulfed in flames. crews initially had a hard time getting access to the house because of some obstruction in the yard. occupants got out safely. the fire destroyed more than half of the house and appears to have started in the back of the home near the deck. asno firefighters were injured battling the fire. firefighters in antioch quickly put out a grass fire overnight. this is a new picture of the scene from the contra costa zoos county fire department. it started just after midnight and burned three acres on james donlon boulevard near pintail drive. it took firefighters a half caught crashno one was injured and and you can see behind me or a cold and rain and sent to go. ford gained said. the first 3500 and
of these people deserve it. >> republicans have leveled some of the harshest criticisms at hillary clinton. she was u.s. secretary of state at the time. she could be a potential 2016 political candidate. >> indeed. we're going to take a very short break on "cnn newsroom." just ahead, tornadoes that whipped through the u.s. over several days did extensive damage. >>> when we come back, we'll get a real feel for the scope of the devastation. take a look at that from the air. huh, 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know that game show hosts should only host game shows? samantha, do you take kevin as your lawfully wedded husband... or would you rather have a new caaaaaar!!!! say hello to the season's hottest convertible... ohhh....and say goodbye to samantha. [ male announcer ] geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >>> a warning from the world health organization about a major threat to public health. >> yeah. it says disease-causing bacteria that resists antibiotics is spreading around the world. part of the report says a post antibi
counselor, or a left wing politician, a politician famous, maybe hillary clinton of canada. if that makes sense. the big rival to ford. a conservative named john torrie. the three of them are duking it out. right now, rob ford is running second. will this impact him and push behind the conservative candidate. i will do rob ford's policies without distractions. the real question. people might vote for ford strategically to avoid a left winger getting in. >> interesting little sketch you gave us. if she is the hillary clinton of canada. i don't know who've the rob ford all of ka is. >> don't think we have one. >> an open question right now. >> robin doo little. thank you for the update on a pretty wild day on your reporting there. >> thank you, a lot, ari. >> absolutely. coming up. what happened to more than 200 girls kidnapped from a school dormitory. so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we helped sydney manage her debt and prioritize her goals, so she could really turn up the volu
many bushes and too many clintons. even though hillary clinton -- 69% agree with what barbara bush said to matt lauer on the "today" show. we need somebody other than these two families. >> i feel like there's this fundamental disconnect, andrea. which is 7 in 10 people say, yes, we're done with these political dynasties. and then who are the two candidates that certainly are at or near the top? hillary clinton's case, at the top. jeb bush's case at the top or near the top. it's jeb bush and hillary clinton. if you don't like political dynasties, here's a hint, american electorate. don't vote for american dynasties. fascinating. not that people can't hold two different notions in their head. but on that question, it's kind of remarkable. >> by the way, though, the question is important for this reason. it is her fundamental problem, hillary clinton's problem, going to be potential problem. we don't know. is how does she look like the future? what we saw in the answer to that question is americans always believe in looking to the future. we want to always look ahead. we don't look liking
by when jim brown and jabbar and curtis mcclinton and others formed the black economic yup i don't know and did all kinds of things in terms of social activism, but stha all stood up. and that sent chills through me because it means they understand they have a responsibility, they're going to assume it. it's been a good news day so far. >> now, it was. now, you know tonight, the chair of the congressional black caucus is leading with the head of the urban league myself and others. and i've already talked to commissioner silver about meeting. what would you like to see put in place because for this man to have done this for 30 years and it took an audio tape and all of our unity to get him out. how do we make sure this doesn't happen again? >> well, let me first of all say, you know, the snake that caught a ride across a raging river with an eagle and the promised the he would bite the eagle and on the other side, he bit him. and the eagle said you said you wouldn't bite me. yeah, but you knew i was a snake. there are people, including probably in the nba that probably practice not as op
, may have been the difference in the obama campaign meeting hillary clinton. >> i think when she met barack obama and met him because she didn't d an interview with barack obama, she walked out of that interview saying wow, so when he announced that he was going to run for president of the united states, she wanted to do anything she could to help him. she had never done that with anybody before. i think that that made a difference. but i also think barack obama inspired things in people that people hadn't seen in years. >> >> reporter: with the tv show coming to an end and "o" magazine going strong, winfrey set off on a new challenge, creating own, the oprah winfrey network. it got off to a rocky start. >> went through a period thinking, boy, i was number one for 25 years, and now that doesn't matter. there was all of this, you know, we call them haters who were almost celebrating that it was so difficult for her. that was jarring, but that didn't deter it. it just made her think i've got to work harder and she went in and took a close look at well, this doesn't work. she has a frie
bush, then clinton, then the second bush, and now obama. remember dana priest from 2007 exposed walter reed and that washington post and everybody in shock about that? she exposed so much of the environment they were in with roaches and rats everywhere and the conditions and how they were being treated, our vets. >> i've been to walter reed. walter reed was amazing to me in terms of the level or rehabilitation they would be able to provide these guys. >> this has been going on for years. >> the abuse. >> the negligence, the lack of any kind of real care. i mean, we know vets where they go in for care and months later they are treated. they have to constantly be on them to get their basic care. >> listen, i mean no disrespect, these are our heros that put everything on the line for us. most people treat their dogs and cats better than we're treating -- >> i know. >> they have better health care, dogs and cats. >> they do. >> what happened here is not about ocbama or bush but coming up with a mandate, we guarantee that you'll be served in 30 days, and when that doesn't happen, instead o
, or democrat hillary clinton. the financial executives consider clinton a familiar face given her time as a new york senator and has relatively not raid views on taxation and vg regulation. a top lawyer told pollitt coe if it turns out to be jed versus hilary, we'd love that: . >> a nightmare for wall street, that's what supporters of paul cruz and warren say they love about their candidates. >>> the new york publishing world are joiging act -- joining activists comparing elizabeth warren and hillary clinton. warren's title is aspirational. hinting at a world where power is shared equally. hillary clinton has a book called "hard choices", convoying a world in which the ideal and conservative clash and progress slow. prague matrix versus idea yolism welcome to the battle for the 2016 democratic presidential nomination. >> in the 2014 midterm election. there are a lot of ads featuring candidates shooting or carrying guns. john stone is running a campaign add that goes a step further. watch. >> my forefather used a canon like this to fight the british in savannah and win us a constitution. as the
governor jed bush, chris christie, or democrat hillary clinton. the financial executives consider hillary clinton a familiar face, and has relatively moderate views on taxation and financial regulation. a top wall street lawyer told "poll it quo. ". : >> a might mare for wall street. supporters say that is why they like the candidates so much. meantime the new york publishing world is joining democratic activists in comparing hillary clinton and elizabeth warren. senator warren promised "a fighting chance", hinting at the world as it might be. clinton's book has the title "hard choices." her title conveys a world in which the ideal clashes and progress can be fright nippingly slow -- frighteningly slow. prague matrix versus ideaism. >> in the 2013 primaries, there's a lot of ads featuring candidates carrying or shootings. john stone is running a campaign ad that goes a step further. watch. gungun. >> my forefather used a canon like this to fight the british and the savannah and win the constitution. i'm willing to do the same as the only licensed dealer. >> in case the british are coming
of the more people it will get for him and russia's economy. >> how might president clinton then retaliate -- putin then retaliate? >> that is the wild card because russia can italian in serious ways. we know about the dependence of europeans on russian gas and energy. precious metals and cyber warfare that they could do. expected to match the u.s. moves and an equal level, and they could keep it coming up a for a couple of more years. thank you for joining us on the latest between the russia and the ukraine and the u.s. tom bill sachs book to my colleague about the long-overdue need for immigration reform. >> the reality is we are not doing as much as we could in -- because we simply do not have the hands to do so. it will help to reduce the deficit, it will ensure social security, it is long overdue. >> our agriculture correspondent joins me now from washington. good secretary vilsack seem at all optimistic about the chances for legislation? --he was deathly definitely upbeat about the chances this year. necessity, a a coalition coalescing around this bill, and some of the forces that ha
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from "the new york times." i want to play a bit of sound of bill clinton in detroit over the weekend talking to michigan democrats about the constraints and difficulties of being a former president. take a listen. >> one of the sad things at the end of the course, since you don't have any power, nobody cares what you say. except if your wife might run for something, then you got to avoid messing up too bad. >> if your wife might run for something -- chris and kate, back to you. >> that is not your best clinton impression. >> no. not at all. >> you have a better one. >> if your wife -- >> there you go. there you go. thanks, guys. >>> up ccoming up next on "new " tornadoes slam america's heartland. we've been talking about it all morning and it comes with deadly consequences. coming up, we're going to a local hospital for an update on the injured. >>> and we show there's so many questions for the search for flight 370. we actually have some answers. one of the experts is going to explain what is going to be in that upcoming report we've been talking about. stay with us. if you have mod
worked for hillary clinton a long time. she was a very publicly confident person, a very competent person and yet the stereotype, which a the lot of women face, was, that she was a "b" -- you know what i'm going to say but i won't say it -- that you're being out of your place, are you too demanding. it is interesting to see how times have changed a little bit when someone like an elizabeth warren can be confident and confidence and not face the same kinds of attacks that i saw hillary face. >> to be fair, elizabeth warren is in the senate partly because she couldn't get the job she wanted in the obama administration. some of the men there weren't too supportive of her. that's fair to say. this book is important but the problem women face is us, men, are not -- i mean if your company has a board where only 1 of 10 people are women, that's wrong. if your board doesn't have any minorities are wrong. focus again on women's behavior and having them have more confidence is a useful conversation. the bigger question is why are men not behaving differently in terms of these things. from a policy
this to say when asked if hillary clinton was her candidate in 2016. >> all of the women -- democratic women of the senate urged hillary clinton to run. i hope she does. >> she's your candidate. >> hillary is terrific. >> hmm. dozens of tornadoes could pummel the mid section over the next 48 hours. we'll get the latest on when and where the severe storms are supposed to hit. also, pope francis making his history today in a first of its kind ceremony for the roman catholic church. we'll take you live to rome next. later, as this flyer says, you can sleep tonight knowing the kkk could be coming to your neighborhood soon. the details on that coming up. >>> developing right now we continue to keep a close eye on the potential for severe weather this afternoon. in just the past few minutes a likely tornado has touched down in nebraska. wnbc meteorologists have been tracking the storms. what a difference 15 minutes makes, huh? >> that's right. this is a rapidly evolving situation. right now reports of a spotted tornado in nebraska. you can see south of i-80 here. a tornado watch was issued. now a
. >> reporter: they're not talking about hillary clinton, they're excited about this woman. elizabeth warren. >> it's good to be home. >> reporter: a u.s. senator for only a year, she's now making an even bigger splash, her new book is a middle class manifesto. >> no one should work full time and still live in poverty. that's an issue that we need to deal with. >> reporter: many liberal democrats is a road map for the party's future. but so far, warren says, no thanks. >> i'm not running for president. i'm not running for president. i'm not running for president. you can ask it a lot of different ways. >> reporter: when you hear elizabeth warren saying, i'm not running for president now -- >> i believe her. i do. i do. first of all, it would be foolish and she is not foolish. >> reporter: why? >> because hillary clinton is iconic. >> reporter: but warren is a popular draw on the fund-raising circuit, already raising $1.6 million this year for democrats. the left is looking for a fighter and a fiery pop list. >> mr. secretary, people default all the time. they don't bring the entire -- >> you
coming from him? is he going to put it on the floor? hillary clinton who is out and about this week talking about religion and how women are better when they are older than men who are retired, and i get the feeling she's playing with us. >> i have written about them both and will many times. i find boehner to be maybe the most interesting politician to watch. do you remember, candy, the old "saturday night live" they did a sketch called one-man demons. he would hear these voices saying, take a pottery class. i feel like this is boehner. he's got these voices s saying appease the right, don't appease the right. i think he's really torn. he got the debt ceiling done with democratic votes. he could get immigration done with democratic votes. his thing is he's always had to choose, is it the legislation? that frustration coming out and the inability to pick a path and stick with it. >> i think it's interesting, the idea that boehner is not being a strong leader when he's sometimes critical of the president of not being a strong leader. when you look at what happened in 2012, which i'm
for president bill clinton. the national media strategist worked for years with joe bide and others. political media consultant who worked on campaigns. somebody putting messages out into the media sphere. my reaction when i see the laws is that's a great idea. great if there is accountability. then i stop and think about it. it falls back to two things. how do you tell the difference between the truth and a lie in a campaign? campaigns by nature exaggerate. positive things are exaggerated. negative things about the opponent are exaggerateded. when you see the laws do you like them? >> there ought to be accountability, a way of saying you can't just blatantly lie. especially now in a citizens united world where so much money is put in by undisclosed, unregulated donors. there is no vehicle for stopping them. >> the vehicle, the two i see if you don't have a law like this would be the outrage of the free press. if something totally crosses the line goes up there will be so much noise potentially generated by the free press that it counters it. you have to make a defamation lawsuit instead of ha
of both parties following hillary clinton's every word trying to discern whether she'll run and perhaps a new hint here. in kentucky she spoke of her methodist upbringing at a conference of methodist women. many have wondered will she after a bruising campaign for president already and after her time as secretary of state have the appetite to run again. listen to what she said. >> even when we are tired and all we want to do is go away by ourselves to a secluded place and rest a while, even then, especially then, let's make it happen. >> mrs. clinton right there in louisville tonight. >>> we turn overseas and to ukraine where their own forces, their own troops tightening security around the city taken over by pro russia insurgents. special police with armored vehicles setting up road blocks and inspecting vehicles this saturday as tension mount there. president obama is in malaysia but he's preparing for tougher sanctions against putin coming as early as monday. abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl asking the president will those sanctions really change anything president
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